My adventures in computer science all started in the early eighties. And from that time till now I have witnessed exponential growth in this technology that is cosmic in scale and universally dynamic in its conception and execution. I've been using HTML since the creation and implementation of HTTP over the internet.
Ten years before the Internet as we know it, I was what's called a SysOp running bulletin board system's using Bulletin Board System software and 1200 bit per second Hayes Smartmodems. Back then a partner and I created and sold Shareware CD-ROMS to other SysOp's so the users would have a reason to visit their corner of the world. Also at this time, we used FIDONET and an old school merchant account so customers could call in their orders and we would take their credit card info over the phone. I was doing e-commerce ten years before the term was coined.
I am jacked into the 21st century coming to you live from the fringe, all profound all the time for 35 years. I am Old school technology Rockstar my love is design my passion is code.
Contemporary People, Places and Things:
Kevin Mitnick, Chaos Computer Club, Ian Murphy (AKA: Captain Zap), Lex Luthor, The Comprehensive Crime Control Act, Cult of the Dead Cow, William Gibson's Neuromancer, Phrack, Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Hacker's Manifesto, Clifford Stoll(The Cuckoo's Egg), Computer Emergency Response Team(CERT), GURPS Cyberpunk Confiscated, MindVox opened to the public, First DEFCON, AOL Opens Access to USENET, World Wide Web, DNSSEC, National Infrastructure Protection Center, American Express "Blue", The Y2K Bug, VBS/Loveletter, 9/11, Anonymous is formed, Bitcoin and so on and so on. I have been around for all of it.
I now find myself with to much time on my hands and have opened my services and skills to the public. I am certified by my 35 experience nothing more nothing less. I offer Web Design, Graphic Design, Content Writing, and Consulting.
↓Some of my Video Works
Bo the Quantum-Based Artificially Sentient Network. This is a video thesis for an article I submitted to the IEEE back in 2008, 98% is real, meaning the tech is feasible, but not possible 12 years ago. I think my prediction was spot on.